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Get out and vote!


The day is finally here! Go out and mark your ballot. To see where to vote visit the Elections Canada website. To see how to navigate the site see the photos below:

Type in your Postal Code into the box and click search






second page Check out your riding on the left and then click on the “where do I vote” link to see your polling station and time.





Result page See your results and get out and vote!






Voting day

What ID do I need to show when I vote?

When you vote, you must prove your identity and address. See the types of proof of identity and address accepted at the polls.

If you don’t have accepted identification and proof of address documents, you can swear an oath and have an elector you know vouch for you, (for example, a roommate or relative). This person must live in the same polling division as you and show accepted identification and proof of address documents.

Advice for students on voter ID:

  • Student ID cards are accepted as proof of identity.
  • Any document issued by your school and sent to you by postal mail, showing your specific address is accepted as proof of address.
  • If you live on campus in a student residence, you can ask the residence administration for an Attestation of Residence,an official letter that says you live there. When you vote, you can prove your address by showing your Attestation of Residence. You will also need to prove your identity. See the types of proof of identity accepted at the polls.


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Still don’t know who to vote for, check out ourWho do I vote for?” section

See what each party is promising:

Conservative | Liberal | NDP | Green



  • Jose Carlos

    congratulations guys, we need more people like you to change for better.